Fake Twitter accounts in name of PMO still operational
New Delhi: Fake twitter accounts in the name of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s office continue to remain operational today even as the Government pushed the micro-blogging site to remove such pages.
The six fake accounts resembling the PMO`s official twitter account were seen operational today with some posts making comments on today`s political developments.
One twitter account "@PMOIndia_" had its last comment at around 5 pm while another account "PM0" also had on its micro-blogging site a post around the same time.
Another fake ID site commented that the twitter account has not been blocked so far while another accounces that the account has not been blocked but said there won`t be any posts for another fortnight as the blogger was planning to go on a holiday.
"PM-India" which had more than 23,000 followers so far has removed all the tweets suo-motu.
According to PMO officials, Twitter has promised to cooperate with the government after the Prime Minister`s Office complained to it about objectionable content on six accounts resembling the PMO`s official account.
Twitter had said it was "now actively reviewing" the request and will be seeking additional information from the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology "to locate the unlawful content and the specific unlawful tweet".
PMO had asked the Cyber Security Cell of Department of IT to block these accounts as they had content having "communal overtones" and could have serious ramifications since they could be mistaken to be the official account of the PMO.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Grief stricken people shout slogans as Kalam's body carried out of hospital
- Punjab: Gurdaspur gunbattle ends, all terrorists killed
- Mumbai blasts case: Maharashtra govt opposes Yakub Memon's mercy plea in SC
- PM Modi condoles APJ Abdul Kalam's death
- Kalam's advisor recalls his last moments with the great scientist
- FORMER PRESIDENT OF INDIA APJ ABDUL KALAM PASSES AWAY
- Politicos mourn death of former president APJ Abdul Kalam, hail him as 'Missile Man of India'
- When UN declared Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's 79th birthday as World Students' Day
- SC hearing on 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon's curative plea
- Cricket series can't happen along with terror attacks: Anurag Thakur warns PCB